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Withdrawal Birth Control Pregnancy
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
I started birth control ortho try cylen four days ago. If I have sex and use the withdrawl method on the 7th day will I be protected from pregnancy?
What is the likelihood of pregnancy with a combination of correct birth control use in addition to withdrawal?
Possible: ANY time that you have vaginal intercourse, there is a chance of pregnancy! Pre-ejaculate can contain some sperm so withdrawal is not a reliable birth control. If you are using an appropriate BC, there is less chance, but it is still not 0%. Be sure to use protection- condoms and another reliable birth control method- every time, if you do not wish to get pregnant. ...Read more
Is it possible to get 2 withdrawal bleeds from birth control and still be pregnant? I am getting negative home pregnancy tests
How likely is use of birth control pills (taken at the same time each day and NEVER missed) and withdrawal to result in a pregnancy?
My birth control pill is neocn, I was on my third week of first pack and I had unprotected sex and he used the withdrawal method chances of pregnancy?
Low: Birth-control pills are pretty much maximally effective after two weeks of starting them. So you should be covered. Unfortunately, even at their best efficacy, any method has a failure rate. With birth-control pills it's about 1%. ...Read more
Is birth control pills, a successful vasectomy, condoms, and withdrawal method, all used at same time, enough to protect against pregnancy?
Wow: That may get as close to 100% as it can get. ...Read more
Partner had successful vasectomy. Sperm count at zero. I'm on birth control. We use condoms and withdrawal method. Chances of pregnancy?
No sperm: No sperm, no pregnancy possible. The main reason to continue using condoms is to protect against STDs. Birth control pills are 99% protective against pregnancy. Withdrawal method unnecessary given partner has had a vasectomy, you are on birth control pills and you are using condoms. ...Read more
Miss my period because I change birth control. No withdrawal bleed in two weeks. Pregnancy test negative. Now having painful intercourse.
Painful sex: There can be multiple causes. Dryness is one of them. More time to foreplay increases lubrication of the vagina. You can also use water based lubricant. Also decreased estrogen in the blood increase dryness of the vagina. You can get that checked. If it is low estrogen hormone supplement can help. Another cause is vaginismus which to treat is much more difficult. You need to see an expert gyn. ...Read more
No: It won't have that effect.Get a more detailed answer ›
Depends on the type: You don't say what kind of birth control you are using. But let's say 100 women took birth contro for a year. If they were using the iud or had their tubes tied, less than 1 a year would get pregnant. If they were using the patch, pills, vaginal ring, Depo Provera (medroxyprogesterone) shot or breast feeding, between 2-9 would get pregnant. Condoms, withdrawal and barriers? Between 15-20 women. ...Read more
HCG & BCP: The pregnancy test measures HCG which is produced by an implanted embryo. The test only becomes positive about 12 days after ovulation. The hormones of the bcp do not mask a pregnancy, so if you are pregnant then the pg test will be positive. It is possible that if you do not have menses on the bcp (some women do not bleed) then you may not realize that you are pregnant or when to test. Good luck. ...Read more
4 to 30 days: Oral contraceptives, scientifically, take 4 doses to be effective. However, I highly recommend using backup (condoms) for the entire first cycle on the pills. This helps make sure that you are taking them correctly. Also, remember, that pills don't stop stds, so use condoms as well at all times if you are at risk. ...Read more
Chances of pregnancy: Would be extremely low with that combination. ...Read more
Contraceptiion is a means of preventing conception (or fertilization). There are hormonal and non hormonal methods of preventing sperm and egg from meeting. Talk to your doctor or clinic about what options are best for you. There are short acting methods (condoms, pills, patch, ring) and long ...Read more
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